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Nepal Holiday Highlights

Trek to Everest Base Camp
Trek to Everest Base Camp

Walk in the footsteps of mountaineering legends to the base of the World's highest mountain. At Kandoo we have an incredible team of inspiring guides and special EBC route variations. Join a Kandoo EBC trek today!...

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Trek in the Annapurnas
Trek in the Annapurnas

Experience the Best of the Annapurna Himal on one of our incredible treks along the iconic Annapurna Circuit or to Annapurna Base Camp. Choose from a variety of open group dates or setup your own private trek!...

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Climb Mera Peak
Climb Mera Peak

Mera Peak combines summiting the highest trekking peak in Nepal with a beautiful walk in up the relatively quiet Arun Valley. Reach the summit of an iconic Nepal trekking peak with the support from our amazing Everest summiteer guides...

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Adventure Holidays in Nepal

A land of towering mountains, epic treks and deep-rooted culture, Nepal is a travellers dream. Located in South Asia and bordering India and China, Nepal is a tiny landlocked country within the Himalayas. Often referred to as the oldest religion in the world, Hinduism is the predominant religion throughout the country. Nepal is also the home of Buddhism where, in the middle of the first millennium BCE, Gautama Buddha - the founder of Buddhism - was born in southern Nepal.

The cultural heritage of Nepal is as fascinating and beautiful as the landscape itself with intimately designed monasteries and beautiful Buddhist temples. The bustling capital city of Kathmandu is a sweeping metropolis of traditional restaurants and boutique shops. The city is the centre of Nepal's history, art and culture and the vibrant mix between between Hinduism and Buddhism makes the area a melting pot for stunning architecture.

For most travellers though, it’s the mountains that draws them to Nepal. Housing eight of the worlds ten tallest mountains, Nepal is a trekkers paradise. Treks such as the Everest Base Camp Trek and the Annapurna Circuit are attracting more and more visitors to Nepal each year and there are now well over a million tourists who cross the Nepalese border annually. Because of the high altitude, trekking is best done in the warmer dry months of March to June and September to November.

Quick Country Facts

  •  Official Name: Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal
  •  Capital: Kathmandu
  •  Area: 147,181square kilometres
  •  Population Size: 26.4 million (2011)
  •  Official Language(s): Nepali
  •  Currency: Nepalese Rupee
  •  Time difference: Nepal Standard Time (UTC+05:45) DST not observed
  •  Electricity: 220-240V / 50Hz
  •  International dialling code: +977
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